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Kennedy boys basketball expects stiff tests in TRC title hunt

Kennedy boys basketball expects stiff tests in TRC title hunt

November 26, 2021 Woodburn Independent - Sports Tanner Russ
With returning staples, Trojans will battle with Western Christian, Salem Academy for Tri-River Conference crown
St. Paul football falls to Powder Valley in state semifinals

St. Paul football falls to Powder Valley in state semifinals

November 26, 2021 Woodburn Independent - Sports Tanner Russ
At the end of season Bucks program remains one of strongest in state at 1A thanks to consistent hard work

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Opinion

Mitchell: Best COVID vaccine conversations could save lives

Mitchell: Best COVID vaccine conversations could save lives

November 23, 2021 Woodburn Independent - Opinion Dr. Paul Mitchell
Dr. Paul Mitchell, a pediatrician and second-year resident at Oregon Health and Science University, is an Oregon Pediatric Society board member.
Foote, Marquis: Wasco County DA's legal shenanigans are dirty pool

Foote, Marquis: Wasco County DA's legal shenanigans are dirty pool

November 12, 2021 Woodburn Independent - Opinion John Foote and Joshua Marquis
John Foote is the former Clackamas County district attorney. Joshua Marquis is the former Clatsop County district attorney.

Features

'I'd give it a 10'

'I'd give it a 10'

November 24, 2021 Woodburn Independent - Features Jillian Daley
Supportive classroom environments have been veritable assets this fall with students returning after a long hiatus
Centenarian plus six

Centenarian plus six

November 18, 2021 Woodburn Independent - Features Justin Much
Lucile Chapelle of Woodburn celebrated her 106th birthday at Cascade Park Retirement Village
  • NMSD celebrates its principals

    NMSD celebrates its principals

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    North Marion School District took October's designation as National Principals Month to heart
  • WHS to stage Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit'

    WHS to stage Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit'

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn High School Theatre thrilled to re-open auditorium doors for the first time pre-pandemic days
  • Published!

    Published!

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    A half-dozen Woodburn High School Students are among those to be published in this year's Writers in the Schools Literary Arts Anthology
  • Running free again

    Running free again

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Beloved annual fun run returns to North Marion School District after last year's hiatus.
  • Pumpkin and petting delights

    Pumpkin and petting delights

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    After a hiatus year, the Gervais FFA welcomed hosting its annual pumpkin patch on Friday, Oct. 15
  • Hubbard bistro grand opening slated

    Hubbard bistro grand opening slated

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Downtown Hubbard establishment inspired by a family business operated in Woodburn in the 80's called La Petite Deli
  • Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

    Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Rain couldn't dampen the spirit of Woodburn's cultural celebration Saturday
  • Olivia Quinn Casey

    Olivia Quinn Casey

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    A Woodburn couple, Jerry and Diane Henderson, became the proud grandparents
  • Connecting community with resources

    Connecting community with resources

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    The fifth year of Woodburn's Community Connection Day had two firsts: a Kids Fest addition and a Legion Park hosting.
  • Making a milestone

    Making a milestone

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Jerry and Diane Henderson of Woodburn reach their golden anniversary on Sept. 11, 2021.
  • A night out on the town

    A night out on the town

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    City of Aurora hosted a casual community celebration Saturday with meals, music and merriment.
  • Fiesta spins a colorful city block party

    Fiesta spins a colorful city block party

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn's annual Fiesta Mexicana marked first weekend in August as region eases out of pandemic doldrums.
  • Fleshing out the Metropolis

    Fleshing out the Metropolis

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Several new eateries and more expected have Woodburn's Metropolis hopping; open house slated for new diner, bistro bar.
  • Llamas loved at luau

    Llamas loved at luau

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Silver Creek Senior Living Community hosts its sixth annual Llama Luau with therapy animals from Mtn. Peaks Therapy
  • Pigs can't sweat?

    Pigs can't sweat?

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Marion County's 2021 fair served some educational tidbits for fair goers, who welcomed the outing after a year's hiatus.
  • Fun times at the fair returns to Marion County

    Fun times at the fair returns to Marion County

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    The Marion County Fair kicked off Friday morning and it runs through the weekend
  • Food Bank mural completes creative collaboration

    Food Bank mural completes creative collaboration

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Visitors to AWARE Food Bank in Woodburn will be visually greeted in multiple languages, thanks to work provided through Oregon Youth…
  • A pediatric pillar hangs up stethoscope

    A pediatric pillar hangs up stethoscope

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    A retirement party is planned July 10 for Richard Steinberg at the Woodburn Pediatric Clinic he founded in 1975.
  • Providence Festival of Trees goes virtual with 'Home for the Holidays!'

    Providence Festival of Trees goes virtual with 'Home for the Holidays!'

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    SPONSORED CONTENT: It's still as awesome as ever but just virtual. Check out the awe inspiring Christmas trees, attend the gala on…
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    Woodburn Independent - Features
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  • State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new coronavirus rules

    State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new coronavirus rules

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    The gathering won't be rescheduled, but students will still get to compete in rescheduled competitions.
  • Northwest Quilting Expo opens at Portland Expo Center

    Northwest Quilting Expo opens at Portland Expo Center

    Portland Tribune - Features
    The largest indoor quilting show in the Pacific Northwest returns with new tips, trick and tools.
  • Aubry Strong!

    Aubry Strong!

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn girl recognized wtih Hero Award by the Children's Cancer Association at Celebration of Courage event
  • Career goal derived from battle for life

    Career goal derived from battle for life

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn girl once derailed by meningitis, chronic pain, will graduate from Oregon Connections Academy this year

Wheels

2022 Infiniti QX60: Impressive upgrades in remodeled SUV

2022 Infiniti QX60: Impressive upgrades in remodeled SUV

November 26, 2021 Jim Redden
The midsize three-row luxury crossover impresses with improved quality and features.
Ford's Ranger still shines in the midsize truck market

Ford's Ranger still shines in the midsize truck market

November 21, 2021 Jeff Zurschmeide
The bottom line on the Ford Ranger is that it's a great choice for anyone whose pickup truck is also their daily driver.

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